Originally Posted by mcvey
You have broken the Dunkhorst rule.
Please to remember using Ed Dunkhorst to prove the value of any fighter who has beaten him is not worthy the breath it takes to utter his name or the calories burnt to type it.
I've used Dunkin Doughnut Dunkhorst purely as a weight reference for Childs who scaled 178lbs against him . E M is implying that Childs was at his best around 165lbs this is not so,nor was Corbett ever 190lbs ,and his best weight was in the low180's.
The idea that Childs would not be a credible opponent because he was too small is BS,he was bigger than Sharkey and Fitz, and Choynski all gave Jeffries hell.